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million, is free software to teachers and students from adobe systems. >> a popular furniture maker is urging people to check and see if they own a cedar chest they stopped making after the deaths of three children. lane is recalling chests made between 1912 and 1987. the recall involved chests under the lane and virginia made brands. the latches that lock when closed and cannot be opened from the inside have posed a danger. though issued a recall in 1996 after other deaths but they are still being bought and sold at second-hand stores or hand down by families. we are more information on our website at abc7news.com. >>> just getting word that there is a delay in the transbay tube on the bart system. we will see if it is weather hen -- weather-related. >> the deadly accident and power outage that has nothing to do with the rain. police are treating this as a crime scene. >> apple could get an ear will today with the employment issue at heart of a planned one of the best things about is that millions of people will qualify for financial assistance. for example, if you're a single pers
will lose their job. >>> and adobe systems plans to lay off employees next month, 46, at its headquarters and another 25 in san francisco. adobe is a popular software product found on many computer systems. >>> wall street had its best day of the week, the dow rose 126 on strong earning report, and nasdaq closed at its highest level since 2,000. >>> a massive bust involving illegal shark fins, over 2,000 pounds of them, were confiscated in san francisco. here's more on how they were found. >> reporter: 2014 is the chinese year of the horse, but sharks are getting a lot of attention, too. that's because shark fins, a chinese delicacy are still focusing in bay area herb shots and restaurants despite a ban since last july. >> people would catch sharks and cut the fins off and throw the whole shark into the water keeping only the fins. >> the department of wildlife and agents restaurant last month, found shark fin if the kitchen and on the menu for as much as $48 for a bowl of soup. the restaurant's web site still advertises the dish, though a manager today told us they no longer sell it. the
of bloomberg west. adobe signing onto president obama's broadband initiative, pledging $300 million in software and training to the program to increase broadband access and text to schools. the company has donated $1 billion to the initiative. a legal win for apple in germany. a $2 billion lawsuit accusing apple of patent infringement was dismissed. the company brought the suit saying apple infringed on tech. to let go workers as part of its restructuring thing. it started firing employees in new york, north carolina and five other states. it could result in the elimination of as many as 13,000 jobs this year. that is according to a sanford c bernstein analyst did that is today's company news from the files of bloomberg west good >> it will backstory for the quarter, the cost reductions and fire rings going on. >> it is not letting up. remember, it was on monday we were talking about oil bank of scotland. >> and an additional -- >> jpmorgan last week, 8000 people and now ibm. not good. you want to get americans back to work. >> the tally has kept climbing. a consistent theme. we need a little d
the boot. they get to advertise and brad made about the outstanding experience adobe about eight hundred performances each year in the golden hall vienna. data from ghana's golden hall showed that from january to august in to dump their team for more than twenty performances by chinese music of trouble there. the one hundred thirty three tiny positioned for all the performances the frequent performances was mostly motivated by it that she was a top level protected from the concert hall. however the reality might be different in condition to dream of being on a typical them all. like many of the feeders. golden hold responsible for total balance sheet. at the golden gloves not owned by the country or that his authority. the operators of the hall have to make sure to bring enough money for normal operations and maintenance with each of the money coming in is performed. katie going mistakes. don't go away because of the cooking to look at performing in vienna they can. welcome back to china price watch in today's money matters were talking the performing indiana. if the dream of many classi
to extricate itself from adobe addition to that european banks the one to which its output itself back into another patient if that's going to start the school corporation that osborne told to about eight hours said agreement on taxation and spending would necessitate the rest of the uk and scoldings cd to sell twenty in terms of how much the text it says is that it was to spend money on. i was that the u k i d backs he said twice today to have to consult with a foreign country on taxation. then he talked about among the tea interval stand. i would be necessary to have the currency and did a great exchange rate policy. and as part of the uk he said scotland is instead a tip from any kind of foreign oil prices but it went on it. i ate an apple in oil prices would be to paint job losses in scotland. it was after that was spawned by cussing spending and raising taxes which would result in prices has gotten to give up the pounds. i'm in the fold that thing he talked about was that coming into the currency unit must be petted. he said you know that and i encourage confidence from the market
you will receive. enroll today at coveredca.com. >>> move over versace and make room for adobe. take a look. none of the items was sewn, each was printed. the designers sent models strutting down the runway in three d printed gowns. experts say it let's designers scan objects layer by layer including dresses and under garments. >> well, if you miss seeing thisser's oscar nominees a talented cast is giving people a quick preview. >> yes. check this >> i can't. >> have you to let go. >> why? >> it's a movie. >> that is good. >> the kids oscar features reenactments including captain phillips, american hustle, gravity and her. >> the actors dressed the part with wigs and mustaches and period costumes >> it's great. >> it is. >> here is a look at who will be performing on oscar sunday. >> of course abc7 is the only place you can see the oscars. >> more news still to come on abc7 news >> it was the scariest moment of my life >> a woman gives a baby cpr along a freeway. the story behind a heroic highway act. and later... >> i'd do it again >> special one of t is that millions of peopleia wi
largest security companies like microsoft and adobe both have programs for they will give trusted people the information about the vulnerability before it goes out. >> apple has historically prides itself on having the best security. did they drop the ball? are not in your head. >> this is one of the core flaws -- one of the worst i have seen because it allows all encrypted traffic of the operating system. it is exactly as bad as you would expect. you wonder how it was discovered. you hope it wasn't discovered in the wild by someone getting exploited by this. it is a complete circumvention of any of their encryption. >> when will this be safe to use? how long will it take? >> i imagine it quick fix in days or weeks. >> weeks? i don't everybody knowing what i'm saying. weeks? will it really take that long to fix? qa process.a whole >> the fix is quick but any have to go through the whole quality assurance process or else they push a fix out and your phone crashes when you get the patch, you will not be happy. >> all right. i will be careful for the next few days and weeks. q i both for jo
, but build out of adobe and tents, with i've hundred excited children -- 500 excited children, about a third of them girls. that is a memory i will hold onto it for the rest of my life. nearly 8 million children are attending school. that is up from one million when we went in. today there are over 13,000 general education schools. the taliban and beliefs always dependent on low education, particularly in the rural areas. the old afghanistan, the one the taliban ruled is crumbling. in 2002, there were only 32 miles of paved road, now there is around 7500 miles. in 2001, the voice of sharia was the only news source. now there are 70 tv stations, with most of the population within rod castro range. illiteracy, isolation, and poverty are the chains the taliban uses to bind the people in submission. but afghanistan is starting to break those chains. extraction of oil and precious metals account for 45% of their gdp within a decade. their rural population is gaining access to roads, electricity, and your geisha networks. let's -- what is changing slowly in afghanistan itself. afghans do not want
carpet it has already been rolled out along hollywood boulevard leading up to the adobe theater. some of hollywood's biggest names will be at the oscar show on sunday. >>> homeless pets will also be among the big winners at this year's academy awards. halo pet foods is adding pet food to the goody bags given out. they will donate 10,000 meals to animal shelters. they will be selected by the runners up in the best actor, supporting actress, and director categories. halo is co-owned by oscar host ellen degeneres. the pet food donations are worth $6100 each. making them some of the most valuable items in the goody bags. other treats they can keep for themselves slow watches, gourmet chocolates, polar loop activity trackers, and spa services. nice. >>> time is 5:27. san francisco getting involved in the national debate over arizona's proposed antigay law. the proposal by san francisco's supervisors if the governor of arizona signs that bill into law. >> we are live in petaluma where it is sprinkling right now. >> and also in the north bay the golden gate bridge the traffic here looks good
other family of companies is hoe indicated. >>> adobe systems plans to layoff doeses of bay area workers next month. it plans to let go of 46 workers. adobe is a popular software product found on many systems. >>> union members say they've been working without a contract since they temporarily walked off the job in may and november. the union represents more than 224,000 and at the station's campuses, a strike date has not been set. >>> ellen page says that she's gay. the 26-year-old made the announcement at an event called time to thrive in loss vague as. the canadian actress says she's tired of hiring and lying biomission. she wants to make a difference for other young people who are struggling with their sexuality. time to thrive supports the issues of the gay community. >>> a wave of controversy with the 50th anniversary swimsuit issue. the cover features barbie posing in a black and white piece, it is the doll that started it all. >>> they get to own who they are. this includes christie bringly and brooklyn decker. >>> spring is in the air, spring training, the giants are in arizona
a very long time around five to six hours adobe also watching the ads the box is a very very expensive business indeed it costs around four million dollars for thirty seconds then there is one very controversial ad but this has already been making headlines that this will save the stream with scala jeff hanson in it. remember the coffin can prophesy over the last few weeks because the fact reid said his team is in the often hides the west bank because otherwise they'll be all sorts of things to talk about because of the ads that because of the game. as well and because of the hall time joe bruno mas will be high on a headlining that this time around. it is by the way exactly ten years since janet jackson and the wardrobe malfunction during the whole time showed at the super bowl if you didn't know what that is i think you might be looking it up right off of this bullet and do good so we'll see what nots is all about. at the wardrobe malfunction everybody and that would be one this time around because that was a big scandal. breath in and grab at the nus thank you very much and enjoy it
with the humble adobe houses next door. the vigilantes also confiscated armored trucks. this is a vehicle that belongs to the group here. you can see it has been reinforced with half-inch steel plates in the front and also in the back to protect its occupants. it's been riddled with bullet holes on the side and also shows signs of combat right here on the hood and through the wind shield. this is the leader of yet another vigilante group that is currently recovering properties the drug cartel took from the rightful owners. [ speaking in spanish ] we're keeping this movement alive to attack us, he says. when asked if he's afraid to die -- i'm not afraid, he says. we're all going to die anyway. the same morning he spoke with us a town resident came to personally say thanks to mora. >> i think they're doing the right thing. i think it was a very brave thing to do. because they stood up for everybody. >> reporter: grace says mora and his people recovered what the drug cartel had taken from her family. >> they wanted to charge people that picked lemons and own houses and the drug cartels were
. instead, you get a lift in the whole group. i want you to look out as adobe, google, and qualcomm will be starting their stuff. keep an eye for the presentation on wednesday. i think another big move is coming. who knows, maybe we get new insight to the new ceo. we also get more information on cvs caremark, more on that decision to kick tobacco out of the stores. as well as we hear from trip adviser which rallied seven points. while i adore trip adviser, i don't know if it can maintain this altitude after that spectacular run. wednesday, i'm calling it disappointment day. we can expect to be disappointed by deere. why do i say that? remember the downbeat performance earlier this week? we really have to question the notion that this time could be different. and we need to be prepared for less than robust figures from mondelez. if any of these say anything good, you can expect a sharp move higher. that's how beat down the expectations have become. when on the other side of the equation where the expectations started getting better, whole foods. investors are betting that the disappo
as adobe, google, and qualcomm will be starting their stuff. keep an eye for the presentation on wednesday. i think another big move is coming. who knows, maybe we get new insight to the new ceo. we also get more information on cvs caremark, more on that decision to kick tobacco out of the stores. as well as we hear from trip adviser which rallied seven points. while i adore trip adviser, i don't know if it can maintain this altitude after that spectacular run. wednesday, i'm calling it disappointment day. we can expect to be disappointed by deere. why do i say that? remember the downbeat performance earlier this week? we really have to question the notion that this time could be different. we can anticipate negative chatter that has let us down time and time again. and we need to be prepared for less than robust figures from snack food giant mondelez. if any of these say anything good, you can expect a sharp move higher. that's how beat down the expectations have become for these three going into the quarter. when on the other side of the equation where the expectations started getting be
an art critic or even being a poet. i think you know it's it's adobe honks to the ramos create the right thing and i think you know poetry was a very strong component of a kind of critical own eden park critical tradition. and if i am the stands where lucky been seen in asia more than anywhere else there was no set of traditional western critics this month the ssa as a category that it is is he she it kind of developed from our philosophical writings from the religious right things so song from poetry is going away you know it's the kind of natural extension and if you look at the great critics that we had to deposit the unknown but some of them at the dfo he was a critic but he was so sophie gaza for some of the bible there he was a great poet and critic so thanks to this kind of fat. the phenomenon of critics being a critic and someone else you know and i think it's a it's a good thing you know because i with medium is the right thing and you know that good poets write good poetry and the rise of swelling in a language you know which is kind of invented been so long is and that's anoth
and not accumulating masses amount of debt. subsequently we can keep our tax rates low, that's why companies like adobe and ee bay and oracle is expanding in utah. there's a reason. >> let's end on a lighter note. olympic medal success coming out of utah. you could run this as an ad for utah the last part of this thing. let's look -- this is your twitter page. i want to show folks at home, your twitter page, you're quite the fan of skiing yourself. you have to be very proud. you seem to be breeding olympians out there. >> almost half of the medals won in sochi have been people with ties to utah. so yeah, i represent six skiers frommalta, deer valley, sundance also nearby and park city and the canyons and we've got snow. so yes, may twitter handle there jason in the house, skiing is a big part of our life and consequently we got a lot of medal winners, despite their congressional representation -- >> we'll leave it there. congressman jason chaffetz, have a great weekend. >> thank you. >> a close eye on the developing situation in ukraine, a signed deal to end the violent standoff between police and prot
're not here to see designers like oscar delarenta or versachi. the designers have adobe and the items you see on this runway, they were 3d printed. >> it can actually be a revolutionary turning point about the way clothes are. >> reporter: the garments and accessories you're looking at weren't sewn, they were printed. >> i think the crossover between the technology is happening right now. >> reporter: 3d printing is a technology that lets you digitally scan a design and then print a physical object layer by layer. the items are generally made of plastic. >> they can be so much more intricate and they have the potential to be so much more intricate shape wise when you're able to design it. >> reporter: this season, designers sent their models strutting down the runway in 3d printed gowns equipped with 3d printed undergarments. but, let's be honest, no outfit is complete without shoes. >> i think the really exciting thing about this is a little bit like five years before it's there. so, at some point, yes, you'll be able to put your foot size in and choose a pair of shoes or a garment or a hat
to drive today's gains. adobe and sales force both hitting new all-time highs. cheryl: college towns are not just for students anymore. more and more baby boomers are finding a new home in younger, vibrant communities. jeff flock is live from a favorite cross-country skiing spot in ann arbor, michigan. jeff. >> very difficult to keep up with retirees these days but one place you can find them, university towns increasingly. what are we doing out here today? i never snowshoed before. >> i'm not sure. we wouldn't be out here if it wasn't for you but you're doing a great job learning. >> tell you, these retirees, baby boomers specifically, are folks not, not content to go to sun city and play shuffleboard. i have rich proctor, who is avid cross-country skier. you have been retired from america for how long now? >> about four years. >> why here? why not annnarbor? why are you not at del webb? >> so hard to cross-country ski in florida. >> this is your wife, mary. what attracts you to ann arbor? >> stay as young as i can as long as i can. >> that is the thing about this these folks are no
-marcus, adobe and michaels. >> how can a customer protect themselves? >> first thing, you need to change your yahoo password. you should change it at every web side that you use these credentials. all of us, should be using different passwords at age website that we go on to minimize the damage. >> we all know that but is one of those things right can i keep it straight what do you suggest in terms of trying to do this? >> this is something that we should take serious, just like we memorize our social security number. we should do the same thing with our passports. if you really have a hard time with that, there are a lot a password solutions where they you strong encryption. >> you can still access them but you are accessing the securely. >> what happens, if i check my e-mail and i see some hacker information? >> do not click on any links. do not open it. if it looks suspicious. rather logging directly or call that company a and the reason why is because now hackers have some information, there are looking to get more. they generally, want to potentially installed spot where, get your bank l
statement then, is the f.t.c. involved in the forensic investigation regarding the target, adobe, the hotel chains, all of these breaches? >> i'm afraid i can't discuss any particular companies or discuss whether the f.t.c. is involved in any particular investigation but let me explain what i meant by that statement. i meant it as a general statement we flecting what we are seeing in the marketplace and that is that companies continue to make very basic mistakes when it comes to data security and our role at the f.t.c. is to protect consumers and ensure that companies take reasonable measures to protect consumer information. >> let me stop you right there. so you're saying that not due to this group, but because of general -- so you are basically reworking your testimony. it's not that these specific breaches shows that there has never been a greater need. you may want to submit a little bit of clarification there. >> right now. >> i want to move on, three minutes and 14 seconds and five pages of questions. i would like for you to submit to us what is the reasonable standard. you have refer
.t.c. involved in the forensic investigation regarding the target, adobe, the hotel chains, all of these breaches? >> i'm afraid i can't discuss any particular companies or discuss whether the f.t.c. is involved in any particular investigation but let me explain what i meant by that statement. i meant it as a general statement we flecting what we are seeing in the marketplace and that is that companies continue to make very basic mistakes when it comes to data security and our role at the f.t.c. is to protect consumers and ensure that companies take reasonable measures to protect consumer information. >> let me stop you right there. so you're saying that not due to this group, but because of general -- so you are basically reworking your testimony. it's not that these specific breaches shows that there has never been a greater need. you may want to submit a little bit of clarification there. >> right now. >> i want to move on, three minutes and 14 seconds and five pages of questions. i would like for you to submit to us what is the reasonable standard. you have referenced this several different t
like our kids get to go to here, but build out of adobe and tents, with i've hundred excited children -- 500 excited children, about a third of them girls. that is a memory i will hold onto it for the rest of my life. nearly 8 million children are attending school. that is up from one million when we went in. today there are over 13,000 general education schools. the taliban and beliefs always dependent on low education, particularly in the rural areas. the old afghanistan, the one the taliban ruled is crumbling. in 2002, there were only 32 miles of paved road, now there is around 7500 miles. in 2001, the voice of sharia was the only news source. now there are 70 tv stations, with most of the population within rod castro range. illiteracy, isolation, and poverty are the chains the taliban uses to bind the people in submission. but afghanistan is starting to break those chains. extraction of oil and precious metals account for 45% of their gdp within a decade. their rural population is gaining access to roads, electricity, and your geisha networks. let's -- what is changing slowly in a
the forensic investigation regarding the target of neiman marcus, adobe, the hotel chains, all of these breaches? >> i'm afraid i can't discuss any particular companies or whether the ftc is involved in any particular investigation but let me explain what i meant by that statement i meant it as a general statement reflecting what we are seeing in the marketplace, and that is that the companies continue to make very basic mistakes when it comes to the data security. and our role at the ftc is to protect consumers and make sure the companies take reasonable and appropriate measures to protect the consumer information to the >> let me stop you right there. you are saying that's not due to these -- this group but the cause in general so you are basically working your testimony with me on this. it's not that these specific breaches show that there has never been a greater need. you need to submit a bit of classification. i want to move on. i have three minutes and 14 seconds and about five pages of questions. so submit it. i would also like for you to talk about or submit to us what
. before we get to our panel, we are going to have a presentation by adobe presenter here, commonly known as ted, who is the center for class-action fairness, which he serves as president and treasurer general counsel. he is also an adjunct fellow at the manhattan institute center for legal policy and a longtime blogger honor points of law.com web magazine. the manhattan institute, are institutionally separate. that ted is an excellent person to have talk about a certain area to class-action abuse here. really in a class-action abuse, but in particular the class-action fairness focuses on, which is class-action settlement that are thought to be unfair to the point of classes of. ted can explain more about what we mean by that. he's been called a major publications a leading tort reform advocated by "the wall street journal." adam liptak of "the new york times" called him the leading critic of abusive class-action settlements. he comes with the african experience doing work like what i do is the first president of the american enterprise since the two, legal center for the public interest
engineers of adobe product and see where it goes, they would think about the users, and to need a consumer, the user that buys the product is always more important than the company that made it so i love this idea of market driven you know what it's worth, what they want, what it's worth to them and what you can charge them money and that is the way that you decide what products you're going to build. we didn't have more successful products for ten years. longer than that. by then, the macintosh finally took over. by the way, it was a huge failure. all of our computers chomp, every one, it was the huge failure and it took years to work hard with steve jobs gone to make the macintosh successf successful. but yes, this mentor really taught us how to do this professionally. people like ourselves might have started out and tried to do things that they thought made common sense but without a mentor it was hard to establish a company that could be accepted and successful. i try to be a mentor every time. i just give them as much as my own thinking and i always need younger people are more import
american ceos. we have adobe and now satya nadella. for the longest time there were a lot of engineering heads at companies, but not so many indian-american ceos. so, this is going to be important for the workforce of silicon valley aspirationally. finally i would say this is very good for marissa mayer. we heard some rumblings, she's interested in getting search technically back to yahoo! it would be very difficult to pull off because microsoft would like to keep much of that on azure, on their cloud, i'm sure. i believe it would be possible to pull off something, satya nadella is probably the most likely person at microsoft to understand what marissa mayer would want to do and be able to work out something if there's any way to work anything out. so, good on multiple counts probabliphoria hoo. >> it's david. i know we're focused as we rightly should be on nadella but there's another significant change at this company. you no longer have a founder who is the chairman and, yeah, you do have as chairman thompson who, by the way, has ceo experience, of course, and ran se symantec for sever
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